If you're having trouble getting the pounds off or keeping them off, ask yourself the following questions.
Recent large-scale trials, known as ARRIVE, ASCEND, and ASPREE, have suggested that taking aspirin might do more harm than good.
Michael was suffering from a somatic symptom disorder, popularly known as psychosomatic illness. His pain was real, but its origin was psychological, not physical.
Fear when left unchecked has the potential to shrink our world, but appropriate response and facing a fear can expand our experiences and life.
Half of adults in Pennsylvania struggled with health-care affordability, and one in three had difficulty paying medical bills, according to a new report by Pennsylvania Health Access Network and Altarum.
My heart attack helped put things in perspective, reevaluate my work-life balance and commitment to healthy eating and exercising regularly.
I like my plan and in 2018 it covered the medications I needed - do I need to do anything during fall enrollment period?
Nationally, over 20 percent of women will experience intimate partner violence in their lifetime. Research has shown the effects can be lasting and devastating for women and their children.
U.S. approval of the first novel anti-flu pill in two decades has doctors cautiously optimistic about a simpler treatment for a virus that killed almost 200 American children last season.
Medicare beneficiaries who are able to get their hands on a dose of the new shingles vaccine, which has been in short supply, may pay more than they expect.
An engine fan blade tore off, leading to an April 17 emergency landing in Philadelphia and the death of one passenger.
People with diabetes should see their primary-care provider and other specialists at least every six months and have their bodies checked from head to toe.
A Main Line hospital charged $63 for an ounce of oil used during a medical procedure to turn a breech baby.